A graduate class offered University of Florida students from the Law School, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences a first hand experience studying climate change in Cedar Key and on the Suwanee River. Below is a link to a 6-minute video about the class. It includes many lovely images of our refuges and region.
Fire: More than 2,000 acres, mostly in Levy County, have been treated with prescribed burning since January.
Forests: On the Dixie County side, where weather has not been as good for prescribed burning, with the help of the Refuge's new Cat more than 70,000 legacy trees have been planted.
Need information: Refuge Manager Andrew Gude can be reached by text or phone at 703.622.3896.
The Refuge is open daily from dawn to dusk.
Visitors are welcome to walk or bicycle around yellow Refuge gates.
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